Summary: A Smoke Backstage

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1. Rhode uses imagery to communicate his love and value of basketball. This piece is visually creative because he is lying on the ground pretending he is making a crazy dunk-shot. When viewing the sequence of photos, Rhode created the illusion he is really making all those moves while flying through the air. 2. Mixed media was used to create “Nuestro Pueblo.” 3. “A Smoke Backstage” depicts the physical world. The subjects in this painting are close-to-life size. Harnett uses "fool-the-eye" realism making the viewer believe they can touch the pipe. This painting looks like a photograph. 4. “The Chief’s Stool” portrays humans with exaggerated arms making the piece abstract [representational] art. 5. The use of the colors yellow and blue

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